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Ezra En Yong

03/08/2021, 3:36 AM
Hey everyone! I wrote an article on the onboarding process for mobile development and how well both Apple and Android do in that aspect. While it's not strictly Android or Kotlin focused, it would be invaluable to hear about your experiences as new mobile developers and how well the article reflects on the onboarding process. Of course, constructive criticism of my writing is welcomed so please do reply to this message if you have anything to add.
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itnoles

03/08/2021, 3:39 AM
Apple does have best documentation, but SwiftUI one really sucks.
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Ezra En Yong

03/08/2021, 3:42 AM
Huh, nice to know! Is that their recommended UI library/framework? I'm aware that things like React Native are available on iOS of course, but does Apple recommend SwiftUI as the default approach like Google does Compose? If so, color me impressed that it's survived so long.
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itnoles

03/08/2021, 3:44 AM
SwiftUI is declarative UI framework like Jetpack Compose and React Native
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Ezra En Yong

03/08/2021, 3:47 AM
Ah I see. Tooling-wise, it does look quite a bit better than Compose, but perhaps that contrast is a little unfair, considering the maturity of SwiftUI in comparison.